Camping: yes
Facilities: yes
Pay to Play: no
Handicap Accessible: no
Private: no
Tee Signs: no

Course Details

Course Type: Permanent
# Holes: 18
Target Type: DISCatcher
Tee Type: Natural
Course Length: 7,867ft
Alternate Length: 4,884ft
Hole Length: Under 300ft: 5 | 300 - 400ft: 4 | Over 400ft: 9


From Richmond: I-64 west to Rte 288 S, exit onto Rte 60 West (Midlothian Turnpike). Go 13.5 miles to a left on Mann Rd. Park entrance beyond stop sign. Practice basket and parking by the library.


Alt. Phone: 804-598-5612

Course Map

Course Photos

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Official Event Layouts

There are no official event layouts available for this course.

Course Reviews

by Mr.Golf on Aug 6, 2017 at 12:49am

It's "Adventure Time!",. For a resident of the course, it's tough to enjoy the beauty of nature in this woodland golf course. The title shows it all.... Played The Monster on my first- today, was expecting less run more fun. But having more reversal to the matter, in competing against my own will to find where all in all is. One - I have no exact idea when it was built, but given the clue it was built and left unfinished. Just leaves me very un welcomed for a beginner like so. Lost a disc after hole 1, and driven to find it but after only being attached by webs and other critters. I found myself having quits on a $20 disc just spent days ago.

The odds are high for aces and birds. The course is here to welcome well trained and skilled pros, especially on hole 7 with a longed 1080 ft drive on dog leg right. Again going back, I do not refer nor suggest this course to anyone like me or of intermediate level. Weeds and grass are over 3.5 ft high in some areas. I holed out on 8 and just quit in awe! An awe for a awful disastrous course..... And yes, given then fact pink for short, could of gone easy. But that's not my name, I like more challenge. But this is way more than a challenge, it's an compelling disaster! There is a lot of timber that needs to go down and mowing is highly voted. More directive maps needs to be spread through the course, if not, then more direction. Holes needs to be more open and less narrow. For elderly, add more benches a several tables, I suggest even adding water stops- like so on golf courses.

Handheld maps would be very helpful and more useful, if there is no work done to the tee boxes. And if Iim correct, it seems like, as if it was made on my grad year (09), and seeing that it's 8 yrs passed. Development is a MUST HAVE!! Also map shows 1 being 18 and 18 being hole 1. Please make the changes. Otherwise there is a 30% chance of me going back.

by jay1187 on Jun 25, 2012 at 12:46pm

front 9 are the long distance holes, back 9 are the most changeling espically for an am like on fist tee a big help too

by tommy on May 1, 2012 at 10:50am

Monster. The front 9 are massive and can be daunting for your first time. The back 9 are excellent!

by holcomnd on Jan 24, 2012 at 11:26pm

The name says it all the fairways are usually in great shape. No bridges to cross over the multiple creeks. Extremely long course that needs to revamp the short length tees. Many of the short tee boxes are almost impossible to find or non-existent and if you are not a seasoned disc golfer the long holes almost need an extra stroke added to each par. All of the long tee boxes have rugs as well as signs pointing toward the holes. The signs are pretty crucial as many of the holes are almost impossible to see after walking half way down the fairway. In general could be a great course if the short tee boxes were revamped and all of the signs were repaired at the long tee boxes. It is almost imperative to have a course map on a first excursion onto this course as it is just massive and passes through some dense woods.

by thedreadedmike on Apr 20, 2011 at 11:30pm

It's the closest course to me so I appreciate that ... I played it a couple times shortly after it opened - looked like it was waiting for some development. Good combination of woods and openness. I recommend getting a course map from the library as it doesn't typically make sense where you go for the next tee pad and there weren't signs. One hole is like 1700 ft long which is just unenjoyable,